“Since we moved from Kentucky to our home on the banks of the
Caney Fork River in Van Buren County, Tennessee, five years ago, we
have hosted a Kentucky Derby party on the first Saturday of every
May. Think of it as cultural outreach.
A hundred and fifty years ago on the eve of the Civil War, Kentucky
and Tennessee were not that far apart in production of high-class Thoroughbreds,
but Robert A. Alexander and his great stallion Lexington
did more than their share to shift the balance toward Kentucky.

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